Tom Wald Eamon Sullivan's long-time coach says swimming must roll back the clock on suit technology.
Swimming Australia has asked the world governing body to cease approval of any further swimsuits.
Tom Wald The truth about the performance-enhancing impact of the controversial space-age swim suits is set to be revealed before the Beijing Olympics.
Four-time Olympic gold medallist Alexander Popov has no sympathy with swimmers who blame their defeats on rivals wearing a high-tech suit.
By Tom Wald World championships gold medallist Brenton Rickard has dismissed suggestions that a new swimsuit is behind the recent deluge of world records.
By Tom Wald Is it the new swim suits or swimmers getting serious in an Olympic year?
Not so long ago he was a man who felt invincible, but James Magnussen is taking a very human approach into his 100m freestyle world title defence in Barcelona.
Jon Pierik Head coach Leigh Nugent unsure whether Thorpe has determination needed to dominate.
Samantha Lane A battle has erupted between two of the world's biggest swimsuit manufacturers.
Stathi Paxinos FOR the second time in his career Nick D'Arcy last night gained Olympic selection. This time he intends to make sure he goes.
World champion James Magnussen delivered on his promise to make a statement to his international rivals, improving on the fastest ever 100m freestyle time in a textile suit in a stunning victory at...
Liam Fitzgibbon World champion James Magnussen predicted sleepless nights for his international rivals after he raised the bar again with his stunning 100 metres freestyle victory at the Olympic trials in Adelaide.
A new swimsuit war has broken out four months from the Olympics.
Georgina Robinson THERE'S no end in sight to the Speedo suit controversy plaguing the Australian swimming team and their chief sponsor, with just two swimmers willing to wear the Speedo product in its current form.
Samantha Lane They were designed to break world records, the key element of a 'revolutionary racing system' that would deliver gold medals.
Michael Cowley Australian swimming head coach Leigh Nugent has declared anyone who would begrudge the financial support being given to Ian Thorpe and fellow comeback swimmers Libby Trickett and Michael Klim to be...
Michael Cowley Head coach Leigh Nugent has declared anyone who would begrudge the financial support being given to Ian Thorpe, Libby Trickett and Michael Klim to be an ''ungrateful Australian''.
Samantha Lane Australian Olympic Committee offers athletes unprecedented rights to ditch the team sponsor and wear something else.
Tom Wald Four-time Olympic champion Murray Rose says every world record set in the controversial high-tech swimsuits needs to have an asterisk attached to it.
Andrew Dampf Swimming's world governing body FINA is requesting new research into the high-tech suits that have caused such a stir.